An 85-unit mid-rise development near the intersection of Adams Mill Road and Harvard Street NW could be slated for redevelopment, UrbanTurf has learned.
Harvard Village consists of two buildings at 1829 Summit Place NW (map) with apartments ranging in size from studios to two-bedrooms.
“CIM, the firm that owns and manages Harvard Village, is in the very early stages of considering and evaluating the feasibility of a redevelopment of the property,” ANC 1C’s Alan Gambrell told UrbanTurf. Gambrell said the developer will meet with the ANC in the coming weeks as the first of multiple community engagement forums to outline ideas and get community feedback.
This general section of the city has been in the news recently for development reasons. Eastbanc recently unveiled plans for a 90-120 unit residential project near the intersection of 16th Street and Columbia Road NW.
Harvard Village is part of CIM’s three-property Adams Morgan Apartment Portfolio, which also includes Park East Apartments and The Argonne. UrbanTurf has reached out to CIM representatives for more specifics on the redevelopment plans.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/85-unit_development_across_from_the_zoo_slated_for_redevelopment/10676
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